Let’s make Nature our priority in 2018. Don’t miss three exciting events for Young Birders in 2018! Sign up now and get involved and meet like minded friends. Be part of the Next Generation and experience these amazing opportunities that have been created by experts who are thrilled to be able to share their knowledge.
1. Cornell Lab of Ornithology New York 12th - 15th July, 2018
Do you know someone who might benefit from attending Cornell Lab of Ornithology Birding Event in New York in July 2018? We are pleased to once again offer a Scholarship for one passionate young birder who is interested in pursuing a career in ornithology. Please share with anyone you feel would benefit from this incredible experience.
2. British Trust for Ornithology Camp Thetford, Norfolk 25th - 27th May, 2018
Our 3rd Annual BTO Bird Camp! It has gone from strength to strength and is now firmly a favourite event for any enthusiastic young naturalist. This weekend gives you the opportunity to learn first hand from the true experts in Ornithology. Please apply direct to Ieuan Evans at BTO: firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck and don’t delay!
3. Hampshire Ornithological Society Bird Camp Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire 1st - 3rd June, 2018
Due to the success of the BTO Bird Camp, we have been approached by HOS to create something similar to unite young naturalists nearer to home. With the proximity of the New Forest and everything that woodlands offer as well as the scenic coast with a huge variety of wading birds, we are delighted to offer an exceptional weekend. Check out further information and send in your application swiftly as spaces are limited.
Next Generation Naturalists attending BTO Conference, together with Andy Clements, Director of BTO
We look forward to hearing from you! We are so grateful to all our followers. Thank you to Elliot, Amy, Max, Toby, Ben and the many other young, talented and enthusiastic naturalists who continue to volunteer and help us inspire so many others. And of course Cameron, who is at the heart of everything this Trust does.
Please support Elliot Montieth who is Walking for Cameron on 31st March. Elliot, who is 17, attended one of our camps and he now wants to embark on a 100m trek to help raise funds for the Trust. Thank you so much Elliot! You can support him by donating or walking part of the way with him:
Let’s put our environment and nature at the top of our list for 2018. Each and everyone of us can make a difference. Make it a priority and we will make huge strides to help preserve wildlife, save many species from extinction, clean up our oceans and appreciate our surroundings.